[lustre-discuss] Recover from broken lustre updates
Ms. Megan Larko
dobsonunit at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 07:15:15 PDT 2021
I've not seen a response to this post yet so I will chime in.
If the only rpm change was the linux kernel then you should be able to
reboot into the previous linux kernel. The CentOS distro, like most linux
distros, will leave the old kernel rpms in place. You may use commands
like "grub2 editenv list" to see what kernel is the current default; you
may change the default, etc...
I would try this first.
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